Reuters seeks financial regulation reporter in DC
Reuters is seeking an experienced and competitive journalist to help drive and develop distinctive coverage of U.S. financial regulation and enforcement from Washington.
The successful candidate will work as a team leader for a group of Reuters reporters aimed at breaking news on the financial rulemaking and corporate investigations that have the potential to shake up industries, rattle boardrooms and reshape operating assumptions for global banks and companies.
The successful candidate will have developed deep sourcing at agencies like the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and among federal prosecutors. He or she will be a strong writer able to tell complex stories clearly and quickly. The successful candidate will also be able to report deeply, develop enterprise stories and break news that matters.
The focus throughout will be on explaining how and why major rule making and corporate investigations will matter to investors.
We are seeking an experienced journalist with at least five years of experience in regulatory or policy coverage, a love of the good story, an eagerness to work with and lead a team and a willingness to experiment with multimedia storytelling.
The successful candidate will be a strong team player who can inspire and mentor colleagues while working on stories that hit the Top News page for Reuters readers.
• At least 10 years of experience in journalism and five covering financial enforcement and regulation
• Record of breaking news and developing investigative and explanatory enterprise stories
• Strong writing and editing skills required
• Ability to guide and mentor other reporters to develop distinctive stories
To apply, go here.